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Forum feedback & FAQ / Privacy
« Last post by jol on April 18, 2012, 10:37:01 AM »
Our Commitment To Privacy

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Hello all
 
Please find attached details of our playscheme taking place over the February half-term holidays.
 
We hope to see you there!
 
Many thanks
 
Richard (Sandgate School) and Shirley (Kendal Family Drop in Centre)
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SCuDAís next study Day will be held at Rheged, Penrith on:

Saturday 17th March 2012

It will be presented by Lois M. Addy MA (Ed) Bsc(Hons) Psych Dip COT, SROT
Lois is on the editorial board of the CYPF-COT Specialist Sector and advisor/consultant for the National Handwriting Association.
She has over 26 years experience as a paediatric occupational therapist and her research has included developing social skills, dyscalculia, handwriting and learning styles. Lois is now a senior lecturer at York St Johnís University.            
(Thanks to NHA for image)

SCUDA very much look forward to welcoming Lois to the Rheged Centre and we hope you will be able to attend what will be a very informative day for teachers, parents and other practitioners.
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General / New DLA form for children
« Last post by val on January 19, 2012, 01:29:27 PM »
New DLA form for children
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County facilities / Action Needed - Disability Swimming in Cumbria - Action Needed
« Last post by jol on December 01, 2011, 04:09:44 PM »
(just received this forwarded email thurs dec 1st 2011 5pm !)

Hi All (Please forward to any parents who may want to raise their issues)
 
I'd like to raise the issues that some of you have regards the difficulties your children have accessing high quality inclusive swimming in the County. In order to take this forward i really need to understand the specific issues and challneges you and your children are experiencing. If you could kinldy take a few moments to highlight what your issues are and what you think the solution is (if you can). Some basic bullet points will do.
 
If you could send them through to me ASAP i will get a letter sent off to ASA and request a response and action. I'll make sure you are kept in the loop regards any correspondence or developments. Many Thanks
 
PS If you could respond no later than 5pm tomorrow that would be much appreicated as i'd like to get the letter sent off before i go on leave next Wednesday. (7th December).
 
Many Thanks
 
Nicola Cartwright
Development Officer (Disability Sport and Equity) | Active Cumbria
Childrens Services Directorate | Cumbria County Council
Nan Tait Centre | Abbey Road | Barrow-in-Furness
Cumbria | LA14 1LG
 
t: 01229 407557
m: 07747184653
www.activecumbria.org
www.facebook.com/activecumbriacsp
www.twitter.com/activecumbria
@ncactivecumbria
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General / Matthew's Switch
« Last post by jol on November 21, 2011, 08:00:43 PM »
Matthew's Switch

is a simple customisable program that may allow parents, teachers and helpers to introduce and practice simple switch choices and evaluate whether a disabled child could eventually make use of one of the more advanced and expensive systems


Matthew is a 9 year old disabled lad with profound difficulties; he can't operate a mouse without help, and up till now, has not been able to successfully utilise the myriad of input devices available.


He currently uses an Italk 4 hardware switch at school and home, and his twin brother and I have designed a software version which we hope to run on a ipad for him to try. We have just uploaded Desktop versions for Mac & Windows for you all to try; let us know what you think


http://www.soul-trade.com/switch/


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Hello all

Just in case you aren't aware, the Kidz Up North Exhibition is taking place in November and once again promises to be a hive of activity. Over 100 exhibitors will be there offering information on mobility, funding, seating, beds, communication, access, education, toys, transport, style, sensory, sports, leisure and much more. A programme of FREE CPD seminars will take place alongside the events.

Children are welcome to come along, try out the equipment and products, join in the fun and features and participate in the sporting activities sessions taking place throughout the day.

For more information, follow the link http://www.disabledliving.co.uk/Kidz/North

Many thanks

Richard
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Hello all
 
Please find attached details of our activities taking place over the October half-term holidays.
 
We hope to see you there!
 
Many thanks
 
Richard (Sandgate School) and Shirley (Kendal Family Drop in Centre)
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local events / National Autistic Society - Seminars
« Last post by Sandgate ES on October 05, 2011, 11:10:14 AM »
Hello all

Please find below details of two seminars being run by experienced and trained professionals from The National Autistic Society. Those attending will receive a full resource pack, advice and support guidelines.

Kind regards

Richard Westwell
Sandgate School
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Events - (county wide) / National Autistic Society - Seminars
« Last post by Sandgate ES on October 05, 2011, 11:07:15 AM »
Hello all

Please find below details of two seminars being run by experienced and trained professionals from The National Autistic Society. Those attending will receive a full resource pack, advice and support guidelines.

Kind regards

Richard Westwell
Sandgate School
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